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North Coast Advisory Council Announces Candidates for 2018 Community Representatives

The NCAC, at their regular meeting on February 21, 2018, accepted and certified application for Geographic Voting Area representatives, as well as appointed board positions representing Agricultural and Environmental interests.

The following candidates, arranged by Voting Area, met the application standards:

Area 2:  Happy Hill, Leimert:  John S. Nixon and Igor V. Fedoroff

Area 4:  Pine Knolls, East Main Street, San Simeon Creek: Susan McDonald and Donald D. Sather

Area 6:  Marine Terrace, West Lodge Hill: Leslie Richards, Cindy Steidel and Tom Gray

Area 8:  East Lodge Hill: Dixie D. Walker and Tamara Corbet

Applications for appointed positions were certified as:

Agricultural Representative:     Debbie Mix and Elizabeth Kendall, who both received letters of support from The North Coast Farm Center

Environmental Representative:     Bruce Mumper, who received a letter of support from Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve and Mary Webb, who obtained support from Greenspace the Cambria Land Trust.

For each Voting Area and for each appointed position, one will serve as Area Representative on the Council board, and the other as alternative.  Because there were only two applicants in Voting

Areas 2, 4 and 8, who agreed among themselves as to the Representative and Alternate positions, there is no need for an election in those Areas.   An election will be held to select a Representative and an Alternate among the three candidates in Area 6.

The election will be held at the Vet’s Hall on Tuesday, April 3, polling hours are 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Voters must have valid identification showing that they are residents of Area 6, (e.g., Driver’s License).  Each voter will be asked to select no more that two of the three candidates.  Results will be announced to the candidates, NCAC members, and the public (via the NCAC website) as soon as practical after the polls close.

The new NCAC board, including Agricultural and Environmental appointments will be seated during  regular NCAC meeting, April 18, 6:30 pm at Rabobank Community Room.